Maggistraße 11a, 78224 Singen, Germany
studio to 1-bedroom apartment
18-30 m2 | max. 3 guests | minimum stay: 1
from 28 nights from 49,00 € per night
1 - 14 nights from 61,00 € per night
Militärstraße 24, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
studio to 1-bedroom apartment
13,8-42,9 m2 | max. 3 guests
from 30 nights from 75,70 € per night
3 - 29 nights from 98,52 € per night
Living in Zurich
Located in the north of Switzerland and at the northern tip of Lake Zurich, the city stretches on both sides of the Limmat River. The streets of the historic old town recall the city's pre-medieval history. The waterfront promenades and Limmatquai run along the river to the 17th-century town hall. At Bürkliplatz, the breathtaking panorama of the Alps opens up above Lake Zurich. It is said of Lake Zurich that you have not been to Zurich if you have not seen it. In Zurich-West, an industrial district is developing into a hip trendy quarter with design, culinary delights and nightlife. So Zurich is a place to live and to work - also on a temporary basis, in a serviced apartment, as a workation, remote work or forever.
So if you have the opportunity to work and live in Zurich, you should take it. There is also an interesting range of serviced apartments in Zurich, which make it easier to settle in and work on projects in the city. Those who are just visiting and planning a city trip to the city on the Limmat River can also take advantage of the comfort of an apartment and discover Zurich's cultural diversity from there. Every year, Zurich hosts around two million overnight guests, a majority of whom also spend time in the city on business, and around nine million day tourists.
Art & culture in Zurich
According to all female Apartmentservice employees, the "place to be" in Zurich is definitely the chocolate museum "Lindt Home of Chocolate" in Kilchberg. Going on a chocolate tour, making your own chocolate, snacking at the chocolate fountain... delightful! But of course, Zurich offers much more. At the top of the list for city visitors are the Old Town and Lake Zurich. The Grossmünster as the landmark of the city of Zurich and the Frauenmünster opposite with the famous stained glass windows by Marc Chagall and Augusto Giacometti are two of the most important sights of the city.
The Bahnhofstrasse is the busy shopping mile, whereas the Sechseläutenplatz, as a historic square in the heart of Zurich, close to the Opera House and Lake Zurich, invites visitors to linger.
In spring, the square is the scene of the traditional Sechseläuten festival. A visit to the arthouse Zurich or the Museum Rietberg is recommended for art enthusiasts. The Lindenhof is a quiet oasis in the city. From here you have a magnificent view of the old town with Grossmünster, the city hall, the Limmat, the university and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. The Polyterrasse also offers a very special view over the city. The only better view is from the Uetliberg. Zurich's local mountain allows a wonderful view over the city, the lake, the countryside and the mountains. Zurich offers its visitors interesting activities, sporting excursions and cozy places to relax and enjoy at any time of the year.
Recipe tip - Bircher Muesli
Zurich ragout mit Rösti, Luxemburgerli und Bircher Müsli sind beliebte Spezialitäten der Züricher Küche, die neben typisch Schweizer und internationalen Gerichten in den Restaurants und Cafés in der Stadt an der Limmat zu genießen sind. Im Serviced Apartment bietet es sich an, den Tag mit einem in der eigenen Küche hergestellten „Birchermüesli“ in den Tag zu starten. Hier geht es zum Rezept:
Zutaten für 4 Portionen:
Zurich ragout with Swiss hash browns, Luxemburgerli and Bircher Muesli are popular specialties of Zurich cuisine, which can be enjoyed alongside typical Swiss and international dishes in the restaurants and cafés in the city on the Limmat. In the serviced apartment, it is a good idea to start the day with a "Bircher muesli" made in your own kitchen. Click here for the recipe:
Ingredients for 4 servings:
- 250 g oat flakes
- 350 ml milk
- 50 g raisins
- 50 g chopped almonds
- 2 tablespoons sugar or honey
- 2 medium apples
- some lemon juice to taste
Put the oatmeal in a bowl and mix with the raisins, chopped almonds, sugar or honey. Then add the milk and mix everything together. Core the apples. Grate the apple pieces with the peel and add to the oatmeal mixture. Sweeten to taste. Cover the granola and let it sit in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours. Add oatmeal or milk for desired consistency.
Our Apartmentservice tip: A little lemon juice adds a fresh touch and prevents the apples from turning brown. If you're in a hurry or travelling, applesauce or stewed apples can be used instead of fresh apples. The Bircher muesli becomes vegan if you choose a vegan milk alternative such as oat, almond or soy milk instead of cow's milk and replace the honey with agave syrup.
We wish you bon appétit!